The Department of State Security (DSS) detained Fildausi Ahamadu, a 23-year-old woman, for allegedly making suicide threats against those she believed were to blame for Nasiru Gawuna’s victory as the All Progressives Congress governorship candidate at the election petitions tribunal in Kano State.
According to a confidential source within the DSS, the arrest of Fildausi, who claimed allegiance to the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) and its governor, Abba Yusuf, stemmed from a viral video in which she voiced her grievances. In the video, spoken in Hausa, she vehemently criticized the tribunal’s Lead Judge and even threatened to carry out a suicide bombing if she encountered the judge.
Additionally, Fildausi issued a warning to Nasiru Gawuna, cautioning him not to reveal his whereabouts, as she was prepared to employ a bomb vest for a suicide attack against him.
In her words, “You dare not indicate your location, otherwise, I don’t mind striking you with a bomb vest to commit suicide.”
In the same video, she also directed her anger at Vice President Kashim Shettima, using derogatory language and accusing him of being responsible for the NNPP’s legal troubles in Kano State.
As a result, DSS operatives are actively pursuing the arrest of Fildausi Ahamadu with the intention of bringing her to court for her actions.
“We are indeed taking Fildausi Musa Ahamadu to court because these threats should not be taken lightly,” the source added.